Employment Contracts

While most employment is “at-will,” some employees (typically C-Suite executives or people in creative or athletic fields) are provided individual employment contracts. The key provisions of Employment Contracts involve employee duties, employer expectations, compensation, benefits, equity grants, confidentiality of trade secrets, non-compete agreements, length or term, and breaches that can trigger early termination. Employment Contracts are almost exclusively prepared by the Employer, but Employees can negotiate changes or modifications to proposed contracts before they’re signed (or rejected). If you need assistance drafting an employment contract, or negotiating terms, contact Attorney Janovsky for a consultation.

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